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NFL TV Blackout Suspension: Dropped Experiment or Ruse?

The NFL plans to show everyone of its team’s home games in 2015 in every TV market. That’s not really all that big of news because it is a rare occurrence when a game is blacked out because a

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NFL: It’s Southern California or Bust

There is an old phrase, California or Bust, that originated in the 19th century when gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill. California or Bust. The All American Football Conference team in San Francisco chose a nickname that actually referred

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Chargers Sign Deal With WR Stevie Johnson

It was announced on Tuesday that the San Diego Chargers and free-agent Stevie Johnson agreed to a three-year contract. Johnson, who was released from the San Francisco 49ers last week, visited the Patriots and Chargers, per ESPN. It's official.

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Michael Crabtree To The Chargers?

Michael Crabtree hasn’t exactly got the interest he was expecting when he hit the open market this offseason. That has a lot to do with his own production. After a very successful 2012 campaign where he caught 85 passes

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Los Angeles Area NFL Stadium No Sure Thing

It appears that AEG has thrown in the towel in an effort to build an NFL stadium in Los Angeles, but that won’t end the NFL’s wanderlust in trying to get a stadium built somewhere in the LA area.

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Depth of Wide Receivers is Deep in 2015 NFL Free Agency

NFL News: Free Agency NFL Free agency for 2015 begins on March 10 and if your team is looking for an upgrade at the wide receiver position you are in luck. Who's Out There? Free-Agent Wide Receivers: http://t.co/KPt3AGYGzO —

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Chargers Sign WR Jacoby Jones To 2-Year Deal

Free agent Jacoby Jones and the San Diego Chargers have agreed on a two-year deal, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Chargers signing former Ravens WR Jacoby Jones to a two-year deal, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March

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Report: Bucs Among Teams Adrian Peterson Interested In

Adrian Peterson interested in several teams

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The NFL, Los Angeles and Fans

The National Football last saw a football game played in the Los Angeles marketplace in 1994. After that season, Los Angeles Rams owner Georgia Frontiere took her Rams to St. Louis, after Anaheim could no longer satisfy her financial

Raiders may be headed back to LA with the Chargers as the partners in a new stadium

Raiders And Chargers Moving To LA?

Both the LOS ANGELES TIMES and CBS Sports are reporting that the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders have come together to build a proposed $1.7 billion stadium in Los Angeles. The two teams would be equal partners